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This week in Parliament will be dominated by the Autumn Statement/Spending Review on Wednesday, with the Chancellor expected to announce huge cuts to departmental spending. The Prime Minister will also be making a statement on security, and taking Prime Minister's Questions. On Tuesday it is Foreign Office Questions.
Kerry will be speaking at several events this week, including the launch of Buglife's "Urban Buzz" project, which includes Bristol; and a parliamentary Dog Strategy Conference. She will also be attending a breakfast event with the New Economics Foundation, on delivering jobs for UK coastal communities, which is an important part of her shadow Defra brief.
On Thursday Kerry will be opening a new farm shop at Elm Tree Farm in her constituency, and visiting the First Bus depot in Lawrence Hill to see the "bio bus", as well as holding a surgery at the Vassall Centre in Fishponds. On Friday she will be in Swansea with World Animal Protection, meeting fishermen to talk about marine litter and 'ghost fishing'. On Sunday she will be taking part in the Big Climate March, ahead of the Paris climate summit.